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Mycronic Expands MYPro Pick-and-Place Series


Rowley, MA — Mycronic has expand- ed its MYPro series of pick-and-place systems with its high-capacity MY300 machine. The MY300 SMT machine is the second release in the company’s MYPro series. Recently, the company launched its MY700 high-speed jet dis- penser for solder paste and as- sembly fluids. The compact MY300 offers 40 percent high- er space efficiency than previ- ous models, making it possible to handle a wider range of components in a smaller ma- chine size. The system achieves


high speeds through automatic job selection, rolling changeovers, fast board transfer, and tool changes. Throughput can be increased signifi- cantly due to simultaneous assembly of multiple boards. The improved linescan vision system is designed to ensure a future-proof solution for ad- vanced components. The MY300 is available in three different models, the MY300DX, the MY300SX and the MY300LX, offering a wide range of highly-automated line configura-


tions for any intelligent factory. High-mix and high-volume


SMT manufacturers face growing product mixes and factory space con- straints, together with a wider vari- ety of miniaturized components. To


MY300 pick-and-place system.


meet these challenges, and as part of the Mycronic 4.0 intelligent factory solution, the company is releasing the MY300 to increase productivity in a range of complex applications. The MYPro series allows Mycronic to address a broader variety of SMT as-


sembly applications. Contact: Mycronic, Inc., 320


Newburyport Turnpike, Rowley, MA 01969 % 978-948-6919 fax: 978-948- 6915 Web: www.mycronic.com


Alpha Intros High-Temp Dipping Alloys


Somerset, NJ —Alpha Assembly Solu- tions has introduced its latest high- temperature dipping alloys for lead- tinning applications. ALPHA® SnCX™- FT07, SACX®


0307-FT and SnCu3-FT make up the family of products, which are suitable for dipping and lead-tinning processes with temperatures greater than 350°C (662°F). The alloys have been engi-


neered to generate minimal surface oxides and to be highly reflective after hours of high heat exposure compared with other popular alloys such as SnCu0.7 and SnCu3. The higher production yields associated


with lower surface oxides make these alloys preferable for customers who value products with high reliability and performance. Each alloy exhibits excellent


wetting characteristics, which also contributes to increased production yields. In addition, the company of- fers fluxes that are developed to be general-purpose, high-activity mate- rials, and are formulated for elec-


tronics and industrial applications. Contact: Alpha Assembly Solu-


tions, 300 Atrium Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873 % 908-791-3045 E-mail: laurie.kneller@alphaassembly.com Web: www.alphaassembly.com


Savings on SMT Nozzles SmtXtra Offers Cost


Doncaster, UK — SmtXtra is now of- fering cost savings on a wide range of original and replacement SMT noz- zles. The company ships world - wide within three working days of receiving the order and guarantees customer satisfac- tion with all of its products. The company’s expertly


manufactured SMT nozzles are designed as exact replace- ments for OEM parts. The company can provide savings on SMT nozzles for all leading brands,


including ASM


(Siemens) SIPLACE, Assem- bléon/Philips, Fuji, Hitachi, iPulse, Juki, Mirae, Panasonic, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony, Uni- versal, and Yamaha. SmtXtra’s replacement


nozzles are offered with cost savings of up to 50 percent. In addition, the company also offers an expansive se- lection of spare parts and consum- ables for SMT equipment. SmtXtra is one of the only companies of its kind


to have earned ISO 9001:2008 certifi- cation for the quality management of its products and services.


SMT replacement nozzles. Contact: SmtXtra, Unit 14,


Shaw Wood Way, Doncaster, South


Yorkshire, DN2 5TB, UK % +44-0-1302-247-295 E-mail: alex@smtxtra.com Web: www.smtxtra.com


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